BRIT holidaymakers who want to go camping can hire a tent for just £3 this summer.
Sports retailer Decathlon has launched a tent rental service in time for the school summer holidays.
The scheme is an extension of its previous rental service where customers could hire sports gear like kayaks, bikes, and paddleboards from £10 per day.
But just in time for the summer holidays, Brits will be able to hire out a tent for as little as £10 for three days.
There are eleven tents to choose from in the range including pop-up and inflatable models.
The cheapest tent costs £10 to rent and has enough space for two people.
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Larger tents are also available including a four-person inflatable model with two separate bedrooms and a living room.
This tent costs £55 to rent for five days, which works out to £11 per day for four people.
There's also a three-person pop-up blackout tent, which is ideal for festivalgoers who need to get some shuteye.
Trekking models, which are designed for the more experienced explorers, are also available to rent – although this costs £30 for three days.
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All tents can be ordered online for next-day home delivery too.
Holidaymakers who want to rent a tent should visit the Decathlon website, here.
Sun Online Travel found tents to rent in July and August for just £10 for three days.
Chris Allen, Sustainability Leader at Decathlon said: "The Rentals range has launched to allow more people to enjoy camping trips without breaking the bank, and Decathlon are proud to be able to further the accessibility of outdoor activities.
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"Rentals include a variety of tents, backpacks and sleeping bags to ensure everyone is a happy camper from as little as £10 for 3 days."
Meanwhile, a glamping site owner has revealed how to guarantee a perfect camping holiday when booking your posh staycation this summer.
Nicola Holland, 41, and her dad Peter Bourne, 73, opened their small glamping site Stone Pit Meadows in 2020.
She told Sun Online Travel: "I would always look out for things like if there are shared facilities – then exactly how many units are sharing.
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"And see if you can find out how close together all the units are so you know what sort of privacy to expect."
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